Dress Code

The aim of the Sixth Form dress code is to ensure students are dressed smartly, professionally and in a formal, business style. As role models for younger students and ambassadors for our school it is important that Sixth Form students reflect the professionalism, high aspirations and desire for excellence that characterises the work of the school.to be worn at all times.

Please only buy black and white as other dark colours are not allowed.

SIXTH FORM DRESS CODE - MALE

White plain formal collared shirt

Black formal trousers

Black formal jacket/blazer/suit

Black formal shoes

SK6F tie

Please read further detailed information below:

  • Formal/business style plain white collared shirt with either short or long sleeves. 
  • Formal/business style black long trousers only.  Tight/skinny trousers/shorts of any type are not appropriate and should not be worn.  Trousers must cover the ankles and not be rolled up.  Jeans of any colour are not to be worn.
  • Formal/business style black jacket/blazer/suit only.
  • Black formal shoes only.  No trainers or sandals are to be worn.
  • Optional: Black V-neck plain formal jumper/cardigan can be worn but which must show the shirt and tie.  This should be worn as well as the jacket, not instead of it. Crew/roll neck jumpers, hoodies, sweat shirts or gilets are not to be worn.

REMINDERS:

ID badges must be worn around the neck and be visible at all times.  

SK6F tie must be worn at all times.

Coats, hats and neck scarves are not to be worn in classrooms or between lessons as you move around the school. 

Extreme hairstyles are not allowed. Patterns or logos must not be shaved or cut into hair or eyebrows.

Hair must not be dyed unnatural colours.

Discreet jewellery may be worn.  A small ear stud may be worn, but no other facial piercing is allowed.  Tattoos must not be visible.

Religious headwear must be black.

Students are not allowed to chew gum.

Any concerns will be raised with individuals. We reserve the right to ask students to modify/change their dress if they do not meet the requirements listed above and spirit of the Sixth Form dress code.

SIXTH FORM DRESS CODE - FEMALE

Please only buy black and white as other dark colours are not allowed.

FEMALE:

White plain formal collared shirt/blouse

Black formal long trousers

Black formal skirt or plain black dress (knee to ankle in length only)

Black formal jacket/blazer/suit

Black (flat or low heeled) formal shoes  

Please read further detailed information below:

  • Formal/business style plain white collared shirt or blouse with either short or long sleeves are to be worn.  
  • Full length black trousers must be formal/business style only. Tight/skinny trousers/shorts of any type must not be worn.    Trousers must cover the ankles and not be rolled up.  Jeans of any colour are not to be worn.
  • Formal/business style black jacket/blazer/suit to be worn.
  • Black formal/business style skirts to be worn with a plain white collared shirt/blouse. Black skirts and dresses must be formal/business style and between knee and ankle length only.   Mini or short skirts/dresses are not appropriate and must not be worn.  Floor length skirts and dresses must not be worn in order to prevent a health and safety risk.
  • Black or flesh coloured tights only.  Socks are not to be worn with skirts/dresses.
  • Religious headwear must be plain black or white with no designs, logos or sequins and the students’ face must not be obscured.
  • Shoes must be formal black, flat or low heeled.  Sensible, practical, flat or low heeled formal boots can be worn but must be covered under the trousers.  High heeled shoes/boots are not to be worn with trousers, skirts or dresses.
  • No trainers or sandals are to be worn.
  • Optional: Black V-neck plain jumper or a plain black formal cardigan with sleeves.  This should be worn as well as the jacket, not instead of it.
  • No crew neck or roll neck jumpers, sleeveless/duster jackets, hoodies, sweat shirts or gilets are not to be worn.

REMINDERS:

ID badges must be worn around the neck and be visible at all times.

Sleeveless/see-through/lace blouses must not be worn.  Bare midriffs or low tops are not appropriate and must not be worn.

Coats, hats and neck scarves are not to be worn in classrooms or between lessons as you move around the school. 

Extreme hairstyles are not allowed. Patterns or logos must not be shaved or cut into hair or eyebrows.

Hair must not be dyed unnatural colours.

Discreet jewellery may be worn.  A small ear stud may be worn, but no other facial piercing is allowed.  Tattoos must not be visible.

Students are not allowed to chew gum.

Any concerns will be raised with individuals. We reserve the right to ask students to modify/change their dress if they do not meet the requirements listed above and spirit of the Sixth Form dress code.